Relationships and Health Education (RHE)

At Bradwell CE Infant School, we teach children about relationships education as part of our Personal, Social, Helath & Economic (PSHE) curriculum. 

 

Why is RHE important?

Our ability to make and maintain healthy, positive and productive relationships is part of what makes us human and is fundamental to a caring and supportive society. Our children are constantly trying to make sense of the world around them and they look and listen to all the messages they experience. 

 

What is the purpose of RHE and RSHE in primary schools?

A planned and porgressive programme of RHE and sex education (Key Stage 2 only), gradually and appropriately begins to prepare our children for adult life. It teaches the skills they need to fully manage the natural physical and emotional changes that will happen to them as they grow and mature into healthy, confident and responsible adults. RHE teaches the skills children need to develop positive, healthy relationships. It supports their moral developemnt, helping them to understand themselves and to respect and care for others.

 

Parent Consultation

During January 2024, we are consulting with our parents through a form in order to gain a parental perspectve on our RHE curriculum and teaching. Responses will be collected, analysed and taken into consideration when finalising our RHE policy. Once complete, a summary of our parental respnses will be found below.

 

 

Parent Consultation letter

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Parent Guide to RSHE

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Relationships and Health Education (RHE)

At Bradwell CE Infant School, we teach children about relationships education as part of our Personal, Social, Helath & Economic (PSHE) curriculum. 

 

Why is RHE important?

Our ability to make and maintain healthy, positive and productive relationships is part of what makes us human and is fundamental to a caring and supportive society. Our children are constantly trying to make sense of the world around them and they look and listen to all the messages they experience. 

 

What is the purpose of RHE and RSHE in primary schools?

A planned and porgressive programme of RHE and sex education (Key Stage 2 only), gradually and appropriately begins to prepare our children for adult life. It teaches the skills they need to fully manage the natural physical and emotional changes that will happen to them as they grow and mature into healthy, confident and responsible adults. RHE teaches the skills children need to develop positive, healthy relationships. It supports their moral developemnt, helping them to understand themselves and to respect and care for others.

 

Parent Consultation

During January 2024, we are consulting with our parents through a form in order to gain a parental perspectve on our RHE curriculum and teaching. Responses will be collected, analysed and taken into consideration when finalising our RHE policy. Once complete, a summary of our parental respnses will be found below.

 

 

Parent Consultation letter

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Zoom:

Parent Guide to RSHE

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Zoom:

Relationships and Health Education (RHE)

At Bradwell CE Infant School, we teach children about relationships education as part of our Personal, Social, Helath & Economic (PSHE) curriculum. 

 

Why is RHE important?

Our ability to make and maintain healthy, positive and productive relationships is part of what makes us human and is fundamental to a caring and supportive society. Our children are constantly trying to make sense of the world around them and they look and listen to all the messages they experience. 

 

What is the purpose of RHE and RSHE in primary schools?

A planned and porgressive programme of RHE and sex education (Key Stage 2 only), gradually and appropriately begins to prepare our children for adult life. It teaches the skills they need to fully manage the natural physical and emotional changes that will happen to them as they grow and mature into healthy, confident and responsible adults. RHE teaches the skills children need to develop positive, healthy relationships. It supports their moral developemnt, helping them to understand themselves and to respect and care for others.

 

Parent Consultation

During January 2024, we are consulting with our parents through a form in order to gain a parental perspectve on our RHE curriculum and teaching. Responses will be collected, analysed and taken into consideration when finalising our RHE policy. Once complete, a summary of our parental respnses will be found below.

 

 

Parent Consultation letter

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Zoom:

Parent Guide to RSHE

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Zoom: